4 Reviews

Overall these are a pretty tasty cookie. I just had one that had cooled but was still soft and tender. I followed the recipe as closely as I could considering I didn't have more than 1 1/2 cups of oatmeal to work with.. whoops! So in my normal way of finding the closest thing that will substitute, I used cereal. This made the cookies non-wheat-free, but that's all right for me. I used Kelloggs All-Bran Strawberry Medley. There are no strawberry chunks in the cookies as I ate them :) I like the barley flour because it gives the cookies a nice flavour that is different from all other oatmeal cookies that use wheat flour. Yum!

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Dominique353 September 13, 2009

My kids love these. I am not a fan of raisins so I left them out of mine. But even my non raisin eaters ate the raisin cookies. We used toasted sweetened coconut. We also used a cookie scoop, then flattened out the dough a little. The flatter, the more crispy they were. They spread more than I thought they would. These have a great crispy chewy texture, great mouth appeal. Great flavor! I will be making these again. We also doubled the recipe. As for Celiacs, OATS are not considered an approved food, so no, a celiac would not be able to eat this. BUT people with wheat sensitivities would be able to.

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razzintaz July 31, 2009

Although this recipe is wheat free it is NOT gluten free. It sounds wonderful but Celiacs beware.

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MaMa Fid April 19, 2008

good and easy.

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ladycarver October 21, 2007
Oatmeal Barley Cookies (Wheat Free)